magnanimous, \mag-NAN-uh-muhs\, adjective,
- proceeding from or revealing generosity or nobility of mind, character, etc.: a magnanimous gesture of forgiveness.
- high-minded; noble: a just and magnanimous ruler.
Origin: Magnanimous can be traced to the Latin terms magnus meaning "great" and animus meaning "soul, spirit, mind." It entered English in the mid-1500s.
- A penis that endures no sexual intercourse for a long period of time (it does not get wet)
Man... It's been awhile. I'm getting an ashy dick
- hot-air balloon: first manned free flight was taken by Jean François Pilâtre de Rozier and François Laurent d'Arlandes on a 20-minute, 9-km. flight over Paris (1783)
- phonograph: a new invention was announced by Thomas Edison (1877)
- Verrazano Narrows Bridge: the suspension bridge connecting Brooklyn to Staten Island opened (1964)
- Who shot J.R.? : 350 million people worldwide tuned in to Dallas to find out (1980)
- François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire) 1694
- William Beaumont 1785
- Rene Magritte 1898
- Stan Musial (MLB) 1920
- Vivian Blaine 1921
- Joseph Campanella 1927
- Jean Shepard 1933
- Laurence Luckinbill 1934
- Marlo Thomas 1938